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officers and firefighters are using billboards to, press their opinion of city hall. >> reporter: you can't miss it, this two-story billboard it. blasts city leaders, accusing them of not honoring the pension deal made with police officers and firefighters. >> what they have done is violate the city code. >> reporter: this summer the mayor and city raised the retirement age, and cut costs. >> you have a bunch of thieves at city hall. >> reporter: mayor stephanie rawlings-blake insisted the changes are fair, that it ensures retirees have a secure plan and one the city can lay ford. this is the second bill board put up by the city's police officers and firefighters. right now there's no response from the mayor or council members, but the union is banking on this to prompt talks. weather either will get the desired results is unclear. first responders say it's a message to city hall and the citizen. >> despite what city hall has done to us, we will continue to keep our prom mess, the oath we took when we became police officers and firefighters to protect the city. >> reporter: police officer
and applause ] >> all right! >> man, they're all dressed up for us this morning. >> you guys look absolutely fabulous. i mean, i love the out fits. >> you get the fashion valentino awards there. well, it's fashion week. we're doing great, we're here from the full service plastic surgery center -- >> where are you. >> in towson and you can find us online at our website and give us a call. very good. what's the most popular procedure going now. that you can talk about. >> well, after people have been in the sun, people are getting their skin renewed and repaired and we do skin care and surgery. >> you do it all? >> yes, and this month, we'll be giving a portion of the proceeds to life bridge health walk for our kids. >> that's terrific. >> give yourselves a hand, that's out standing. >> thanks for coming down, ladies. we appreciate it. all right, here they are. [ laughter ] >> slots harry, luther's here, tony, joe, and the coach. >> good morning. >> you doing good? >> yeah, i'm fine. he's doing real good this morning. >> maestro, the music if you police. all right, we like to hear that. >> get
is in for marty. >>> happy friday, everyone out there. we have the rain leaving us. it's still mild. we have everything from the 60s in baltimore and 70s the further south you go. taking it closer, 66 degrees in bel air now and 68 in kent island and 68 in annapolis. as we head into the afternoon. the northwest wind is picking up and we're bringing in dryer air. the clouds will mix with sunshine and we'll get to 80- degree this afternoon and dry air is returning for the weekend. we'll have the forecast. >>> what a waits you on the way to work? here's kristy breslin. >> well, it's an easy friday morning drive. everything is running smoothly on the northside of the inner loop and outer lupe. everything's in great shape on the westside. average speed, 65 miles per hour. moving to 95. that's a slowdown as you make your approach on the north eastside. harrisburg expressway, free and clear. taking a look at the travel times, 53 miles per hour average and 11 minutes to get through. and let's take a live look at the beltway at old court road. here's a look at putty hill avenue. back to you now. >>> h
look encouraging to us. the ones we did early. >>> i'm comfortable that the districts that i represented are going to be supportive of me and what really has been great is the expressions of support i've received countywide. >> reporter: kenkenneth holt will run against the winner. >>> and we'll follow the races statewide tomorrow for you. stay with wjz.com. remember, wjz is always on. for the latest poll results, go to wjz.com. >>> more testimony in the trial following the murder of ken harris. a witness testified she saw a man with a gun wearing that halloween mask found near the crime scene. prosecutors linked one of the three defendant's dna to the mask. >>> the baltimore county police are investigating how a car ended up in a pond. sky chopper 13 was near the seen. the police are trying to found out if anyone was in the car. >>> and several homes and businesses in little italy are without power after the electrical fire. about half of the homes and businesses have had their electricity restored and if the power isn't restored yet, it should be any time now. >>> in sports
've had the primaries attacking us and the numbers are strong and it shows the real strength of the campaign. we're looking to a vigorous campaign in the fall. >> he'll release a new television ad and o'malley will be doing the same. >>> the senate race matched up as expected. wargotz edged out tea party favorite rutledge. and the associated press declared wargotz the winner. wargotz, you'll recall released a tv add depicting mikulski as a dinosaur. mikulski won her party's nomination. she's hopeing to win a 5th term in the election this november. >> keep your eye on the bottom of the screen as we begin to scroll the primary results. and right now, you can get the results at wjz.com. >>> a suspended city police officer faces new charges this morning connected to an assault behind a bar. the 29-year-old is accused of punching a woman with another woman behind club reality. three police officers are said to have witnessed the incident. walker was already suspended for another dispute. both were fueled be i alcohol. >>> the baltimore teacher's union is calling attention to the s
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